The video uses footage of the band's worldwide tour in the summer of 2013, says bassist Pete Wentz.
Fall Out Boy has just debuted the music video for their brand new single, "Love, Sex, Death". The video uses footage of the band's live tour as well as the band members' personal videos. They are seen performing at their shows and hitting the recording studio.
"These are cave paintings, scrawled to just let the world know we were here," bassist Pete Wentz said of the clip. "This video is made up of footage we shot ourselves on our worldwide tour in the summer of 2013."
"Love, Sex, Death" is the lead cut off the band's newly-announced album, "PAX AM Days". According to Rolling Stone, the record will feature eight tracks that the band recorded at Ryan Adams' Pax Am studio in Los Angeles.
Last summer, Fall Out Boy was rumored to work on some collaborations with Adams after they spent two marathon nights recording some songs together at the studio.
"[Joe Trohman]'s hair was super huge both days and [Patrick Stump] sang his vocals in the front yard of the studio facing the 7-11 on Sunset Boulevard," Adams said.
"PAX AM Days" will be released on October 15 digitally and as a reissue with "Save Rock and Roll". Pre-orders are available on iTunes.
Fall Out Boy's "Love, Sex, Death" music video